Fine Dining in an Old Auto Shop, at Seattle’s Sitka & Spruce


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At Seattle’s Sitka & Spruce, top-notch chefs work in an open kitchen, around a wood-burning oven, in a bright and airy former auto shop in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. It means diners can get up close and personal as Logan Cox prepares a dish of smoked & preserved eggplant, yogurt, husk cherries and shiso — and, in this video, you can, too.

Want more? Take a trip to MOFAD Lab to experience Driven by the Senses, an unique, immersive installation that takes you on a trip to four unique culinary cities in an Infiniti Q50.

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